Kalos (Chevrloet Aveo)
Conventional yet innovative lines for the new Daewoo mini destined for medium-band markets throughout the world.
This car, introduced at the 2002 Geneva motor show, was the heir to the Lanos. The change in style was decisive: the Kalos featured shorter and more angled lines that accentuated its sporting nature, designed above all for European customers and that guaranteed a Cd of 0.35.
When the Daewoo brand was taken over by Chrysler, it was renamed the Aveo.